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April 21, 2009 11:16 AM

CARLOS MOORE: Putting context to Cuba's racial divide

Cuba's myth as a non-racial Nirvana has long been well-served by either a dearth of information or disinformation so patently biased (pro- and anti-Castro) that it was neither credible nor useful by the time it reached U.S. residents. Safely inside this information vacuum for half a century, Cuba has brilliantly manipulated the race issue to its political advantage, specifically targeting African-Americans with its message.

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